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Electric

Axis, Wednesday 17th April 2019

Baby wipes, glitter and cans at the ready, Joni and Scarlett head off on their respective weekends. From two walks of life and residing on two sides of the festival, the pair unexpectedly meet in the neon fields of Electric Picnic. Hysterically riotous and soul-stirring, Electric probes our innate prejudices and preconceived notions of who we are while taking you on the session of a lifetime!

The show transports you to the fields of Stradbally where a 72 hour party is in full swing, Electric Picnic. Amidst the mayhem two young girls unexpectedly find their paths crossed. Be ready to dance, sing and laugh with Scarlett and Joni on their journey through the madness.

#ELECTRICplay


Date:
Wednesday 17th April 2019
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€10 | €12
Address:
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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